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    Thread: Koi Nets?

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      Koi Nets?

      Just looking for a decent, large Koi net. I've got a couple heavy duty, threaded handles already, (pro grade painting handles) so maybe a net that can just be used on them for a long reach. Won't be used very often though.

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      I saw this Craigslist advertisement, not too far away from you, perhaps you can use a portion of this?

      https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/f...430803830.html

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      Thanks, but I meant the round hoop style.

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      Mine are like these:

      https://cascade-pond-supply.com/Koi-...Nets-p-11.html

      But they don't have screw connections to mount on telescopic poles. I think that where you might run into trouble finding
      one. But aluminum poles that extend up to 16' are pretty cheap and might be worth the price just to get a new one that fits
      correctly, or maybe they have adapters to change this to a screw type?

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      Thanks, Steve. I'll look into those more.

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